Dan DeLuca's Mix Picks: James Booker documentary, Kishi Bashi's newest, Lyle Lovett & Robert Earl Keen together again

"Bayou Maharajah." Lily Keber's fabulous 2013 documentary about the flamboyantly talented one-eyed New Orleans pianist James Booker gives long-overdue props to a true Crescent City original. With guest spots from Harry Connick Jr., Allen Toussaint, Dr. John, and others. Streaming on Netflix.

Tacocat. Spell it forward or backward: Either way, it's Tacocat. The palindromic indie-pop band with an X Files fixation and a feminist point of view is on tour behind their 2016 album, Lost Time. Monday at Underground Arts.

Kishi Bashi. The solo project of Kaoru Ishibashi, the former Of Montreal violinist, out now with his enticingly atmospheric Sonderlust.

Lyle Lovett and Robert Earl Keen. Two terrifically talented Texas songsmiths, who attended Texas A&M together in their salad days, sitting around onstage just like they did back when they wrote "This Old Porch." Thursday at the Keswick Theatre.

Jason Marsalis. The youngest of the six Marsalis brothers, jazz drummer Jason also plays vibes, and with Irvin Mayfield is the co-founder of NOLA Afro Cuban jazz outfit Los Hombres Caliente. Thursday at South.